Tagged With Civil Rights

Pete Buttigieg says South Bend is a 'mess' after police shooting of a black man and that the police force isn't more racially diverse because he 'couldn't get it done'


Ta-Nehisi Coates ripped into Mitch McConnell during congressional testimony where he made the case for reparations for the descendants of slaves


Top Democrats and 2020 candidates came to New York to win over black voters and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Bernie Sanders, and Cory Booker stole the show



7 of Martin Luther King Jr.'s family members who have continued his legacy


34 things you probably didn't know about Martin Luther King Jr.


18 of the most historic US civil rights moments of the last 150 years



The New Jersey Civil Rights Division will investigate a white referee who forced a high school wrestler to cut off his dreadlocks or forfeit a match


New reports show Russia's political influence campaign on social media targeted black voters — and the NAACP is now calling for a boycott of Facebook and Instagram


The 25 countries in the world with the least amount of freedom


The Justice Department is sending fewer civil rights monitors to polling places than they did in 2016


An Amazon staffer says over 450 US employees wrote to Jeff Bezos demanding Amazon stop selling facial-recognition software to police


'Siri, I'm getting pulled over': A new shortcut for iPhones can automatically record the police



Civil rights prosecutors reportedly recommended an NYPD officer be charged in Eric Garner's death


Breaking with his predecessors, Trump skips community service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, spends time on his golf course


Everything we know about Recy Taylor, the sexual assault survivor who inspired Oprah's iconic Golden Globes speech


Jesse Jackson has been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease



The Trump administration may seek to investigate affirmative-action practices on college campuses


The Trump administration declared that a landmark federal law doesn't protect LGBT employees from workplace discrimination


The Justice Department appears to be gearing up for a legal fight with the LGBTQ community


'OJ had me shook': A Georgetown professor reveals what it was like to talk to OJ Simpson after bashing him on national television